I am Andrei and I am a tourist guide in Tromso, Norway. My activity entails taking people to fulfill their lifelong dreams. I consider it a privilege to be able to witness so much emotion in the eyes of these lovely beings. Imagine wishing for something so badly, that when it actually happens, you become too overwhelmed to care much about how you might react to it. This is where my privilege comes in 🙂 …this is where I get to see the dream come true, and trust me…the feeling is amazing! I am no different to them myself ! I too have a dream and this is why I’ve decided to start a blog. Never having done this before, you may find that I may be a bit shy and even clumsy in the beginning, but I hope I’ll manage to pull through decently with everything I have in mind so far .
Things I believe in most : Nature with its beauty and its power, Respect for every being out there ( humans, animals) regardless of their color,gender,age, beliefs, sexual orientation,ideology etc. and Love ( being that this is our only true heritage that can surpass time and space ).I strongly believe that if each of us would mind their own business, this world would be a much better place. Knowing this about me, you will understand that I come from a place of acceptance and gratitude for things that have happened in my life so far, so I kindly invite you to take part and why not ? BE a part of my story ( which can become your story if you find mine inspiring enough to get you out of your comfort zone ). Hope I’ll find some new friends amongst you guys and maybe you can inspire me too with your stories and your dreams.
As a final note, I would like you to know that I am also really passionate about photography, so I will hopefully deliver some quality shots from the places I’ll visit, people I’ll meet, experiences I’ll have… What I am trying to say is that I will share the joy of others and my own with you, and if lucky enough…I will succeed in doing so.
If you want a tour in Tromso, CHECK NOW my website for more information WWW. enjoythearctic.no